Austria Trend Hotel Lambrechterhof
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Today was day 2 of the F1, and it was race day! Emma woke up the best she has yet, which was quite nice, especially as she woke up completely happy! She declared that her dreams had been very sweet last night,as she fell asleep dreaming of the day we had had, and the drivers...
Mike and Ken very kindly picked us up again, and took us to the circuit, which hardly surprisingly was a lot busier than it was yesterday! We set up camp for an hour and watched ...
... out what turned out to be quite a treck to find a good spot to make camp for the day.
Fortunately, as we arrived early so the guys could get to work on time, this meant there was ************e else there when we got there, so we pretty much had pick of the circuit! After pitching camp and eating the rest of the breakfast we'd made, we sat back to watch the racing. I also can't lie, and have to admit that I don't really follow the F1, nor do I really know ...
... as the walls climb up and around the hill. A defensive position par excellence. Hochosterwitz has never been conquered.
It's late afternoon when we arrive so we check out the opening times and enquire about camping nearby. We are directed to Langsee, a very popular swimming lake about 5km from the castle. It's time to break out the camping gear again.
It's a lovely site ...
Drive north through the mountains towards Vienna. As we approach a tunnel on the border we come across the site of the Matthausen prison camp, a Nazi labour camp where thousands died digging the tunnel that we are just about to drive through. The day is dark with low clouds and heavy rain which makes ...
... 100m would be considered short, and on a straight road, you can see the exit as you enter, but the longest are measured in kilometres and most notable are marked on the map and have names. There is no point of reference inside the longer tunnels, and it’s difficult to determine whether you are travelling up or downhill. My personal best of 5.5km was a short lived record, as on the return journey it was smashed, but more about that later.